Origami Birds Kit: Make Colorful Origami Birds with This Easy Origami Kit: Includes 2 Origami Books, 20 Projects & 98 High-Quality Origam (Edition, Bo

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Product Details

Price
$11.95  $10.99
Publisher
Tuttle Publishing
Publish Date
August 09, 2016
Dimensions
6.1 X 0.5 X 12.2 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Other
EAN/UPC
9780804846486
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About the Author

Michael G. LaFosse has been an origami artist for decades and is considered a leading authority and master of the art. An avid teacher, LaFosse co-founded the Origamido Studio, a learning center and design studio dedicated to the art of origami, and the only place in the world specializing in hand papermaking for the origami artist. LaFosse co-curated Origami Now!, a wildly popular, year-long exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. He was also prominently featured in the recent, Peabody Award-winning film, Between the Folds, by Vanessa Gould.

Reviews

"While the instructions are easy to follow, there is a slight learning curve that evens out after creating more and different origami objects. And in case you mess up, there's plenty of paper -- over ninety charming sheets in every kit, tying into each theme." --Asian Fortune News
"Origami Birds by world-renowned origami artist Michael G. LaFosse, published by Tuttle of Vermont. Kit includes 2 booklets, 96 sheets of folding paper and 2 sheets of gold foil, everything you need to make your own flock of feathered friends! Booklets contain easy-to-follow instructions for 20 origami birds along with origami symbols keys. Paper is 6-inch square and colored on both sides. Most models are single-square, no-cut and no-glue original designs by the author. Hours of fun and learning perfect for home, school, cottage and camp bird lovers." --Handmade by Deb blog
"...the bugs are fun and of course the perfect way to celebrate summer!!" --Crafty Moms Share blog